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Water Management-Desalination and Wastewater Treatment

  Research Group: Water Engineering and Natural Environment
Water management is very important in many countries in the world. Out of many aspects of water management, freshwater production by desalination technologies (thermal and membrane) and wastewater treatment by various technologies are the most important ones. Read more

Understanding water quality across the United Kingdom for a clean water future

Project Background  . Water quality in the United Kingdom is an extremely pressing concern. Reports of raw sewage being dumped into the sea, fatbergs in urban rivers, and weeds filling canals suggest all is not well. Read more

QUADRAT DTP: The future of irrigated agriculture in Europe’s mountainous regions; exploring trade-offs and synergies for climate adaptation

This project will address the need for sustainable agricultural water management strategies under climate change. It will explore the trade-offs between (changes in) water availability, crop water demand, irrigation practices, and other socio-economic factors. Read more
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Funded PhD Scholarship (Water/energy nexus)

About the research. The transition to a net zero-carbon energy system is one of the major challenges facing the world. Next Generation Energy Systems (. Read more

Animal Residues in Stream Environments (ARISE): assessing the scale and sources of faecal contamination in the aquatic environment

Only 16% of rivers in the UK have good ecological state, with little to no improvement since 2016. Furthermore, discharge from storm overflows has been increasing since 2016 with concurrent increases in sewage pollution due to increases in rainfall intensity and reliance on combined sewerage in the UK. Read more

Grass half full? Adapting the hydrological management of grazed lowland peatlands to balance climate change mitigation with agriculture.

Project background. Over 10% of the UK’s land surface is covered by peat, representing the country’s largest carbon store. Much of this land has now been modified by drainage to support grazing, crop cultivation and forestry, as a result of which peatlands are believed to emit over 18 Mt CO. Read more

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